Abell, Abel and Hubal

Remember a few months ago when I talked about Hubal? I will post the entire article below. Did you know in Hebrew Hubal is spelled identical to what we know as Abel in English. Now notice what they are calling these clusters and two of the 13 are in Leo and Pegasus. Do those ring any bells?

So here is an article that is looking for dark matter in star clusters. “Astronomers have used data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to study the properties of dark matter, the mysterious, invisible substance that makes up a majority of matter in the universe. The study, which involves 13 galaxy clusters, explores the possibility that dark matter may be more “fuzzy” than “cold,” perhaps even adding to the complexity surrounding this cosmic conundrum…In a new study, a team of scientists used Chandra observations of the hot gas in 13 galaxy clusters to see if the fuzzy dark matter model works at larger scales than that of galaxies. They used the Chandra data to estimate both the amount of dark matter in each cluster and how the density of this matter varies with distance away from the center of the galaxy cluster. The graphic shows four of the 13 galaxies clusters used in the study. The clusters are, starting at the top left and going clockwise, Abell 262, Abell 383, Abell 1413, and Abell 2390. In each of these images, X-ray data from Chandra are pink, while optical data are red, green, and blue.” (http://chandra.si.edu/photo/2017/clusters/)

Before we get into who Hubal is, look at this.

NASA gave Jupiter its crown.

HUBAL

“The Hashemite royal family is interwoven into the life of Jordan, having established the modern state in 1921. It is impossible, therefore, to understand the fabric of Jordan’s modern history without some knowledge of the royal family. The Hashemites, or “Bani Hashem,” are descendants of the Arab chieftain Quraysh, a descendant of the Prophet Ismail, himself the son of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham). Quraysh first came to the holy city of Mecca during the second century CE. The first generation of Quraysh to rule the city came six generations later, when Qusayy bin Kilab ascended to the leadership of Mecca in the year 480 CE. The name “Hashem” is actually that of Qusayy’s grandson, who was the great-grandfather of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The Hashemites are thus the direct descendants of the Prophet through his daughter Fatima and her husband Ali bin Abi Talib, who was also the Prophet’s paternal first cousin and the fourth caliph of Islam.” (http://www.kinghussein.gov.jo/hash_intro.html)

The meaning of (قريش) Quraysh is ‘shark’. Some also believe that this meaning comes from a totemistic tribal name and link this with the Hebrew word Aram. This word Aram is linked to a fish and specifically in the Talmud it calls it a Sun fish which would derive from a Persian word meaning ‘something eatable’. Some also believe Quraysh comes from the verb meaning ‘to gather’ which they say means ‘the gathering or assembly in Mecca’. “Two recent books have proposed a derivation from Syriac, attributing the sense of foederati ‘confederation’. In this conception, the Quraysh were not a tribe so much as a coalition of Arab parties under Roman patronage, situated near the imperial frontier in Syria. Luxenberg’s argument (p.237) is as follows. The Arabic root qarasha is (he says) taken from the Syriac qrash. In both languages, it has the basic sense of ‘gather together’. In Syriac, the passive particle is qarīsh(ē), ‘gathered together’, which was taken into Arabic as Qarīsh, with the sense of foederati. In Arabic script, Qarīsh and Quraysh are indistinguishable, and so the mistaken reading of Quraysh was adopted.” (http://www.iandavidmorris.com/quraysh-and-confederacy/)

“The word qrash is very restricted in its use. On the one hand, it has no clear derivatives – the only plausible one is qershā ‘trash heap’ – and on the other hand, it’s apparently very rare. The tenth-century lexicons of Bar ‘Alī and Bar Bahlūl don’t record qrash ‘gather’. The modern lexicons overlooked it at first: Payne-Smith’s Lexicon and Thesaurus and the first edition of the Lexicon by Brockelmann don’t have qrash with this meaning…My feeling is that qarasha is an archaic root, kept alive by the medieval scholars’ relentless antiquarianism; The obvious conclusion is that, if the word Quraysh had the sense ‘gathered together’, then it’s much easier to believe that this took place within native Arabic than in collaboration with Syriac…’Quraysh’ is not, as far as we can tell, derived from Syriac; nor does it mean ‘confederated’.” (http://www.iandavidmorris.com/quraysh-and-confederacy/)

So no-one really can say what this word means. Fish, shark, gathering in the sense of confederate? No one really knows. My thought is that it comes from Mesopotamia and this is where I believe the Quraysh tribe comes from. That is my own personal speculation though. Now as far as Mesopotamia goes, its says the the Quraysh worshipped a moon god that came from that area. His name was Hubal. Now this god Hubal could be considered the same moon god as the Mesopotamian/Sumerian Sin. And some Hindu scholars go on to say that Shiva is the same god as Hubal. Now we do know this, that Hubal was a idol of a man that was given to the Quraysh long before they went to Mecca. Here is one iinterpretation of what hubal means. We will look more in depth into this name. Hubal (HU=Voice of Creation + Baal; Human literally means God-Man). This god Hubal was given to them with the right hand broken so the Quraysh made a right hand out of gold. It was said to be made of cornelian pearl with a vault or area for sacrifices.  

“His idol was a human figure, believed to control acts of divination, which was in the form of tossing arrows before the statue. The direction in which the arrows pointed answered questions asked of the idol. The origins of the cult of Hubal are uncertain, but the name is found in inscriptions from Nabataea in northern Arabia (across the territory of modern Syria and Iraq). The specific powers and identity attributed to Hubal are equally unclear. Access to the idol was controlled by the Quraysh tribe. According to Al-Azraqi, the image was brought to Mecca “from the land of Hit in Mesopotamia” (Hīt in modern Iraq). Philip K. Hitti, who relates the name Hubal to an Aramaic word for spirit, suggests that the worship of Hubal was imported to Mecca from the north of Arabia, possibly from Moab or Mesopotamia.[9] Hubal may have been the combination of Hu, meaning “spirit” or “god”, and the Moab god Baal meaning “master” or “lord”. Outside South Arabia, Hubal’s name appears just once, in a Nabataean inscription;[10] there hbl is mentioned along with the gods Dushara (ذو الشراة) and Manawatu — the latter, as Manat, was also popular in Mecca. On the basis of such slender evidence, it has been suggested that Hubal “may actually have been a Nabataean”.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubal)

Now the interesting thing about this long quote is that they hint at Hubal being from the area of Nabataea. This is near Petra where some speculate that this is where a Shiva temple was and where Moses took the Israelites for 40 years. And if this was the area (Petra) that Moses had the Israelites then Sinai was in that area and the etymology of Sinai comes from the god Sin. So if Hubal was associated with Sin and Sin was associated with Shiva and Shiva was a ancient temple in Mecca with a black rock, then all of this would make a lot of sense as to why Hubal/Sin/Shiva ended up in the south at Mecca in the 1st Century. And its also connected to Baal. Let’s look into that a little more. 

“Another word for Baal is Hubal. In Christian theology the pagan Hubal or Baal is equated with devilish forces and demonic powers. Hubal spreads confusion and destruction in the world. The Christian god is his opposite and anti-thesis. The equation of Hubal or Baal with evil relates to the pagan practices and ferocity of Baal’s adherents. Like Islam today, the cult of Hubal allowed and encouraged human sacrifice [Moslems call this ‘honor killing’]; animal sacrifice, polygamy, a patriarchal society, the breeding of boys, ritualized rites and offerings, and intolerance for non-cult members. Hubal is Allah. Allah is Hubal. Muhammad’s own tribe the Quraysh worshipped Hubal or Baal in the Kabaa shrine.” (http://western-civilisation.com/vir_westerncivilisation/displayPrinterFriendly.aspx?contentID=2185)

Here are a few quotes connecting Hubal to the Quraysh tribe. “”Among the gods worshipped by the Quraysh, the greatest was Hubal…The Quraysh had several idols in and around the Kaaba. The greatest of these was Hubal.” 

[F.E. Peters, The Hajj, pp.24-25] “Hubal was the principal deity [in Mecca] ..the God of the Moon..” [Concise Encyclopedia of Islam, p.179] “…of the 360 idols set up in the Kaaba, the most important was Hubal, the god of the moon…it was set up in the Kaaba and became the principal idol of the Meccans. [ibid., p.161]. “Hubal was the Chief god of theKaaba.” [George W. Braswell, JR, Islam, p.44] “…The main god of the shrine was Hubal” [Neighboring Faiths, Winfried, Corduan, p.78]” (http://western-civilisation.com/vir_westerncivilisation/displayPrinterFriendly.aspx?contentID=2185)

So the Quraysh, according to these quotes, were the custodians of Hubal, the god with the golden right hand. What’s that right hand remind you of? Now there was also a theory that Hubal wasn’t a moon god but instead Jupiter. Now this makes it even more intetesting. I am going to give you a very long excerpt from Moon-o-theism by Yoel Natan. He gives great info on this Jupiter connection to Hubal. “If Hubal was not a moon-god, than his likely astral association is Jupiter. In Classical and late antiquity, Jupiter was the top god in the dominant Mediterranean pantheons, while the male sun-god was a contender…In the Fertile Crescent, where Roman and Greek influence was strong during Classical and Late Antique times, the top god was Jupiter, while the male moon-god Sin was a contender. However, among the Arabs who were less influenced by Roman and Greek culture, the male moon-god was the top god, while Jupiter was only a contender.”

“All around the Mediterranean and Mideast during the Classical and Late Antique periods, Baal always meant Jupiter, especially when the issue of top god, or contenders for the top-god slot, were being discussed. Even among Jews the planet Jupiter was sometimes called Baal. 3653 The astral context of this Biblical passage seems to suggest that Baal refers to Jupiter: He [Josiah] did away with the pagan priests appointed by the kings of Judah to burn incense on the high places of the towns of Judah and on those around Jerusalem—those who burned incense to Baal [Jupiter], to the sun and moon, to the constellations and to all the starry hosts (NIV 2Ki 23: 05). The Encyclopedia Britannica mentions that Marduk, the god of Jupiter, was known as Bel and Baal: In Babylon “Marduk’s [Bel or Baal’s] star was Jupiter…Marduk was later known as Bel, a name derived from the Semitic word Baal, or “lord.”Bel had all the attributes of Marduk and his status and cult were much the same. Bel however gradually came to be thought of as the god of order and destiny. In Greek writings references to Bel indicate this Babylonian deity and not the Syrian god of Palmyra of the same name. 3654 Lester Nest wrote about how the god of Jupiter, Marduk, was known as Baal in Baalbek , Lebanon, and in Palmyra, northern Syria: Throughout much of Hellenized Syria the chief god was Baal Shamin, the Lord of Heaven…identified with Zeus [i.e. Jupiter] by Greek-speakers.…BelMarduk, the chief god of Babylon, was also the chief god of Palmyra. In Greek inscriptions he was called Zeus. Probably he was originally Bol, the local pronunciation of Baal. Bol and Bel were used interchangeably in theophoric names…. Baal Shamin, the West Semitic sky god, was also worshipped at Palmyra…Like Bel, he was called Zeus in bilingual inscriptions…The modern [city] name Baalbek is probably also the original name. Its exact etymology is uncertain, but the first syllable, Baal, means ‘Lord’and probably refers to the local god later identified with Zeus and Jupiter. 3655 Significantly, many Romans thought that any god with the title Baal was Jupiter, whether the locals thought of the god as being Jupiter or not. Likewise, many Greeks called any god with the title Baal “Zeus,”whether the locals thought of the god as being Jupiter or not. 3656 The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia states: ‘Jupiter’was considered the Latin equivalent of the Greek ‘Zeus,’the highest god in the developed Greek pantheon, and Zeus in turn, in accord with the syncretism of the period, was identified with countless deities [such as Hubal] in the local cults of Asia Minor and elsewhere. 3657 The Romans and Greeks probably believed that Hubal was Jupiter since the Romans and Greeks assumed any god entitled Baal (Lord) represented the planetary god Jupiter. Hubal’s astral association may have been Jupiter from the start if he was supposed to represent Marduk, i.e. Baal, Bel.” 

“Hubal means “The Baal,” which translates as “The lord.”Romans and Greeks who found themselves in the Mideast often referred to Jupiter and Zeus by the title Baal. This suggests that Hubal probably represented the planetary deity Jupiter…Jupiter in the ancient world was not too transcendent to handle requests for rain. One of Jupiter’s titles was Urios, because he presided over the Wind. The Greek version of Jupiter, was even called Zeus the Apomuios, meaning “the Averter of Flies.”This is similar to how Baal of Ekron, a town 25 miles west of Jerusalem, was called Baal-zebub, meaning “Lord of the flies”.

“Tracing the origins of ancient gods is often tenuous. If the name Hubal is related to an Aramaic word for spirit, as suggested by Philip K. Hitti,[1] then Hubal may have come from the north of Arabia. In Sumer, in southernmost Mesopotamia north of Arabia, the moon-god figures in the creation epic, the Enuma Elish. In a variant of it, Hubal is chief among the elder gods. According to Hitti, a tradition recorded by Muhammad’s early biographer ibn Ishaq, which makes ?Amr ibn-Luhayy the importer of an image of Hubal from Moab or Mesopotamia, may have a kernel of truth insofar as it retains a memory of such an Aramaic origin of the deity. According to the Christian missionary Nehls, in an attempt to connect Hubal with “Ha-Baal” (i.e., the Baal), the Hubal idol at Makkah must have originated from Moab. He says: “Where was Baal worshipped? In Moab! It was the “god of fertility”. Amr ibn Luhaiy brought Hubal from Moab to Arabia.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubal)

So wow. Did you get all that? Is Hubal the moon god or is it representing Jupiter? Whichever it was, the Quraysh tribe were custodians over him in Mecca. And Hubal is associated with all kinds of craziness. Not to mention, Hubal was associated with arrows being thrown at him on the name of divination. Look at Ezekiel 21:21 and we see the King of Babylon doing this same ritual with a terraphim. “For the king of Babylon stood at the parting of the way, at the head of the two ways, to use divination: he made his arrows bright, he consulted with images, he looked in the liver.” So it might be safe to assume that the King of Babylon may have been consulting Hubal. 

So if the Quraysh tribe did in fact worship Hubal, who let’s say was Jupiter, then the Hashemites to this day also esteem Jupiter. Remember, the Hashemites are also the custodians of the Temple Mount which housed not only the Antonia Fortress but also housed a temple of Jupiter. Maybe this is why the Hashemites want control of the Temple Mount? Maybe it has nothing to do with this moon god but its connected to Jupiter instead? What if Daniel 11:38-39 is associated Jupiter who is this god of forces? “But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces (mâ‛ôz): and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things. Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.” Notice that this god is the god of forces or mâ‛ôz. Do you see that? OZ. With everything I have been writing about with the year of oz and what is going on with Jupiter, this is kind of ironic isn’t it. And scholars say that this was fulfilled with Antiochus Epiphanies when he worshipped Jupiter. Some scholars say this was Mars. And let me add that Hubal (hbl) is associated the Hebrew word Aram meaning citadel or elevated.

And remember, in verse 41 of Daniel 11, we see that this man of sin delivers the Hashemite Kingdom of Ammon, Moab and Edom. “He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown: but these shall escape out of his hand, even Edom, and Moab, and the chief of the children of Ammon.” Is any of this connected with the Hashemites? And the timing of dividing the land for gain with Jordan is more than a coincidence, especially with Abdullah II calling the shots. 

So let’s look at the historical aspect of the  Quryash tribe for a second. We do know this, Mohammad comes from this tribe and the Hashemites lay claim to this bloodline. But most don’t know about the fued that was within this clan. “Since the time of jahiliyyah (pre-Islamic Arabia), the Quraysh were well-known not only as keepers of the Kaaba but as prolific merchant traders. Capitalizing on the Kaaba’s renown as a place of pilgrimage and the home of various pre-Islamic religious idols, members of the Quraysh turned Makkah into a major stop on the trade route stretching from the northern tip of the Arabian peninsula to the south. Truly astute businessmen of their time, the Qurayshis gained wealth and status by charging fees to visit the Kaaba, taxing trade caravans going in and out of Makkah, and managing all commercial transactions that occurred in the city. The Quraysh was divided into 10 clans. The Prophet (SAW) and his family hailed from the Hashimi clan, but the most powerful clan within the Quraysh was the Umayyad, whose most famous member was Uthman (RAA).” (http://muslimgirl.com/2133/day-230-the-quraysh-tribe/)

“Many of the Prophet (SAW) ‘s family members were prominent leaders in the Quraysh. Abu Talib, the Prophet (SAW) ‘s uncle, was the chief of the Hashimis. His brother Abu Lahab was the next in line as a leader of the clan. Although Abu Talib was a stringent supporter of the Prophet (SAW) and his message, Abu Lahab strongly objected to it and was determined to stop the Prophet (SAW).

In fact, the message of the Prophet (SAW) advocating equal treatment of all in the eyes of Allah (SWT) regardless of wealth and social status presented a problem not just for Abu Lahab, but for many powerful Qurayshis as well. How were they to retain their influence over members of other clans and tribes if social hierarchies dictated by wealth and power had no meaning under the banner of Islam? While many were encouraged by the premise of equality to become Muslims, these Qurayshis were only dissuaded by it.

It was because of this that some members of the Quraysh, while initially proud of Muhammad (SAW) as a merchant with an exceptional penchant for honesty and trustworthiness, would eventually become the Prophet (SAW) ‘s most avowed critics. Feeling as though their authority and their faith had been undermined by the message of the Prophet (SAW) , they would soon boycott the Hashimi clan in an attempt to stifle the spread of his message. These Qurayshis refused to accept Islam and would later fight against the Prophet (SAW) at the Battle of Badr and other important encounters later on in Islamic history.” (http://muslimgirl.com/2133/day-230-the-quraysh-tribe/)

And let me point out that when Mohammad had to go on the run from the other clans of the Quraysh tribe, he ran to Jabal Thawr (Arabic: جبل ثور‎‎) (Mount Bull). “The mountain is notable for housing a cave known as Ghar al-Thawr ( Cave of the Bull), in which the Islamic Prophet Muhammad and his companion Abu Bakr took refuge from the Quraish, during the migration to Medina.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabal_Thawr) He was protected by the bull. So Talib and his wife Fatima (Muhammad’s daughter) is the modern day bloodline of the Hashemites. This was the part of the tribe that stuck with Mohammad. This is what we are seeing today. So with all that said, who or what does King Abdullah II and the Hashemites worship today? Is it the mood god Allah ie Hubal or is it the ancient god of forces ie Hubal ie Jupiter? 

So the next question is this. Why are the words Quraysh and Hubal so hard to define and no one can agree on anything? And who really was Hubal (hbl)?

JAHBULON OR HUBAL?

If you had a secret, would you dare tell anyone? Would you especially tell someone you didn’t want to know? Isn’t that the point of a secret, to not tell anyone. I know that if I had a secret, I wouldn’t tell a soul.

So Freemasonry has a secret. This secret is the secret name of their god Jahbulon. Initiates learn this secret name during the 3rd Degree (Master Mason) or what they call the Royal Arch Degree. The problem is this though, its not a secret anymore. The first time this secret name came out in print was in the 18th Century. “The current Moderns ritual, and the composite name, was invented by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons according to the Old Institution, 1751 (The Antients). Acceptance of it as the completion of the third or Master Mason’s degree was a pre-requisite for the agreed capitulation by The Grand Lodge of London in 1813, which allowed the formation of The United Grand Lodge of England. Prior to this The Grand Lodge of London stated that Craft freemasonry consists of three degrees and three degrees only, the Entered Apprentice, the fellow Craft, and the Master Mason.” (http://grandlodge.blogspot.com/)

So you can see that the conception of this secret name Jahbulon started in the 18th century. The name Jahbulon is a composite name made up of three parts – “Jah”, being the Hebrew name for God… “Bul” refers to the Babylonian deity Baal and “On” refers to the Egytpian deity Osiris. When I “discovered” this secret name years ago, my first thought was of this unholy trinity. Jah (the father), Bul (the son) and On (the antichrist spirit). This made sense to me being that Osiris was Apollo/Nimrod and he was to come out of the abyss as this king Apollyon/Abbadon. I still believe this king is the literal spirit of Satan in its full culmination of his antichrist kingdoms. 

But over the years this revealing of the secret name didn’t make any sense. Do you honestly think this ancient order of Babylonian and Egyptian Mystery Schools was going to reveal this name that easy? Now (presently) I don’t think so because hundreds of thousands of Masons and non-Masons alike now know this secret. And remember, its supposed to be a “secret”. Now there are meme’s of this secret…that doesn’t sound much like a secret now does it?

So maybe there is a secret name of their demonic god and its hidden in another secret name? Maybe it’s right before our eyes and we just aren’t seeing it. Maybe its associated to Tubal-Cain who the Masons revere. And maybe it goes back to the beginning with Cain and his parents? Maybe it’s who the religious Jews call “The Name” because they show reverence to their father the Devil? Because if you remember, at one point no one was supposed to know the secret name of God YHWH. But know we know it, its Jesus. 

Maybe they will know their secret name when they eventually go through this Royal Arch portal? Do you get what I’m saying? So could this secret hidden demonic name be inside this composite of what we are all told is the secret name jaHBuLon? Look close…what do you see?

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